Boston homes invaded for ‘Party Time’

Adam Siladi (center) and other members of the Theatre on Fire troupe rehearse “Party Time,” which will be performed mostly in private homes.
Adam Siladi (center) and other members of the Theatre on Fire troupe rehearse “Party Time,” which will be performed mostly in private homes.JOHN TLUMACKI/GLOBE STAFF

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Harold Pinter’s short play “Party Time” offers a toxic serving of privileged indifference, with a side of cheese and crackers. An apartment full of wealthy elitists sip wine and talk about a luxurious new club, while outside there are roadblocks and sirens, and helicopters clatter overhead. Does this sound like a party you’d want to attend? Darren Evans hopes so.

Evans, producing artistic director of the Theatre on Fire troupe, chose “Party Time” for the company’s second annual Home Invasion program. The play, with a cast of nine, will be performed 11 times in 11 different locations around Boston. Most are private homes.

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